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1 COREP taxonomy Workshop 7 th -18 th February 2005 Hosted by the Bank of Spain

2 COREP taxonomy 8 th February Schedule 9:00Working environment (César Pérez-Chirinos): Facilities available Initial tools catalogue First approach to tele-working support after Plenary QA Strategy 9:30Detailed Self Description: Skills & Interests Inventory (All) 10:30Coffee break 11:00Second Panel: Initial Plan Improvement Suggestions Global Strategies and first assignments to Tracks (Chaired by Ignacio Boixo) 12:00Self organization: Track Chair & Track Secretary nomination Self organization: Track Chair & Track Secretary nomination Self organization: Track Chair & Track Secretary nomination 13:00Buffet Lunch 14:00Global Track Assignment Analysis 16:00Coffee break 16:20Joint End of Day Workshop (Chaired by Ignacio Boixo) 18:00End Of Day Todays Plan Facilities ToolsQA StrategyTele-working

3 Working Environment Topics Facilities Tools Tele-working QA Strategy

4 COREP taxonomy Todays Plan Facilities ToolsQA StrategyTele-working Alcalá Street A quick reference of our facilities Room F1E7 Phones & Network (ADSL + Wi-Fi) Open Corridor 4 Restaurant Rest Room Cafeteria Elevators Meeting Room (4th floor) We should be here today

5 COREP taxonomy Todays Plan Facilities ToolsQA StrategyTele-working What kind of tools would we need to build a solution? Bank Risk Management Operations Counterparties Collateral … Aggregator Report --------- --------- --------- --- Supervisor IS Supervisory Reports Other data … Reception Presentation, Analysis… Bank operations, controls….

6 COREP taxonomy Todays Plan Facilities ToolsQA StrategyTele-working Before we enter on the subject, let me introduce my roles as coordinator of the Solution Track Im old-fashioned like Fred (Ive punched Hollerit cards!) so I will only accept a true Bedrock solution… I come from Software Engineering field, so be ready to ear lots of Why? and Why not? questions trying to help you to find a good Solution Finally, If you want to play the standards war game, I will help keeping peace and order, even if I must hurt somebody…

7 COREP taxonomy Todays Plan Facilities ToolsQA StrategyTele-working What kind of tools would we need to build AND TEST a solution? A test data repository (i.e. risk data examples for each case) A XBRL instances generator The COREP DTS One (or more) XBRL Validator (s) A XBRL instances viewer/formatter What kind of tools would we need to allow risk experts to provide test data and feedback on results once they leave Madrid? Specification track works here… Domain track works here…

8 COREP taxonomy Todays Plan Facilities ToolsQA StrategyTele-working The responsibility of the Solution track is to define and setup the simplest environment allowing Specification and Domain tracks do their work in a distributed way A test data repository (i.e. risk data examples for each case) A XBRL instances generator The COREP DTS One (or more) XBRL Validator (s) A XBRL instances viewer/formatter Specification track works here… Domain track works here… Test-Driven Development & weekly releases are envisioned as required practices to assess the real advance of this project

9 COREP taxonomy Todays Plan Facilities ToolsQA StrategyTele-working The responsibility of the Solution track is to define and setup the simplest environment allowing Specification and Domain tracks do their work in a distributed way A test data repository (i.e. risk data examples for each case) A XBRL instances generator The COREP DTS One (or more) XBRL Validator (s) A XBRL instances viewer/formatter Specification track works here… Domain track works here… Test-Driven Development & weekly releases are envisioned as required practices to assess the real advance of this project A metamodel of the COREP DTS

10 COREP taxonomy Todays Plan Facilities ToolsQA StrategyTele-working We expect to select, deploy & use: -An issue tracking tool, to be shared by all tracks as main coordination tool & repository -May be, a bug tracking tool for solution (and specification track?) -A validation server (a kind of Application Services Provider) -A wiki for distributed brainstorming? As much open source as possible…

11 COREP taxonomy Todays Plan Facilities ToolsQA StrategyTele-working I dont want to re-invent anything, so I, like Walter did yesterday, will introduce a dog as the best friend of the Solution Track: DINO will be the ISO 9126-based QA plan for the Solution

12 COREP taxonomy Todays Plan Facilities ToolsQA StrategyTele-working DINO will remind all the abilities (aka quality characteristics) that Domain experts bought as provided by XBRL. As Walter explained to you, dont try to argue with DINO: this dog is so primitive that he only understand pass and reject

13 COREP taxonomy Todays Plan Facilities ToolsQA StrategyTele-working ISO 9126 in a nutshell: Users first

14 COREP taxonomy Todays Plan Facilities ToolsQA StrategyTele-working ISO 9126 in a nutshell: Users satisfaction is not only about functionality

15 COREP taxonomy Todays Plan Facilities ToolsQA StrategyTele-working Requirement definition Preparation Evaluation Management requirements Stated or implicit needs Quality characteristics Other technical information Quality Requirement Definition Metric choice Evaluation levels definition Assessment criteria definition Quality Requirement Specification Measurement Software product development Evaluation Assessment Measured value Result (acceptable/ rejected) Evaluation levels Level reached Metrics Assessment criteria Products or intermediate results Quality Requirement Specification ISO 9126 in a nutshell: Taylor (simplify) your Quality Model, or youre dead


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